New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Friday got an increase of Rs 504.22 crore in budget allocation for fiscal 2012-13 with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee allocating Rs 3,767.33 crore for its operation.

In the Budget presented in Lok Sabha on Friday by Mukherjee, the city police was allocated a total of Rs 41.5 crore in plan head while Rs 3,563.33 crore was earmarked for non-plan expenditure.

Another Rs 62 crore has been allocated for constructing residential buildings for policemen, up from last year's Rs 10 crore while Rs 198.5 crore has been earmarked for building offices, up from last year's allocation of Rs 21 crore.

In 2010-11, Rs 2,836.53 crore was prosed in the Budget, which had showed a decrease of Rs 127.50 crore from the previous fiscal. Last fiscal, the revised budget showed that the Delhi Police actually spent Rs 3,131.70 crore.

The budgetary provisions for developing traffic and communication network and a model traffic system has been allocated Rs 20 crore, down from Rs 82 crore last year.

For upgrading training facilities and installation of traffic signals Rs 3 crore each has been allocated while another Rs 1 crore has been allocated for the induction of latest technology.